(Stillness in the Storm Editor) Update – The following interview is allegedly from a dialog that took place in 1899, but as several readers advised me, this is probably not accurate.
In 1915, Einstein’s theory of Relativity was first published, and as such, references made by Tesla about the idea draw the whole dialog into question. Tesla also mentions the term Radar which didn’t enter the lexicon until as early as 1930. This discrepancy could be due to the fact that the translation of the original interview into English occurred later, in which case, modern terms could have been added.
All these points and more bring the following dialog into doubt. However, the content, despite the fact that it may be fabricated, still contains a lot of good information in my view. Its possible fabrication does not in the least deter from the data herein presented. I say this because I have been researching these fields for years and have come to a personal comprehension about them.
On this issue of if this interview is real or not, in my opinion, I would say that it is at best improperly cited or a worst a total fabrication. But as was just mentioned, the truth that it contains is still valid. Consider that the wisdom within in a childhood story or fable—although not real—still has a message that enriches our understanding and knowledge. As such, enjoy the following in the same way a child enjoys a bedtime story. And of course, as with all things, blindly believe nothing, but consider all with an open heart and mind; that is to say, use your discernment wisely.
Once, in 1899, Nikola Tesla had an interview with a certain journalist John Smith, when Tesla said “Everything is the Light“. In one of its rays is the fate of nations, each nation has its own ray in that great light source, which we see as the Sun. In this interview this greatest inventor and seer of modern time unravels a new vision of humanity which we, the light warriors of the first and the last hour have created a century later. A must read for every Ascended Master from the PAT.
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August 7th, 2016: After receiving several emails from readers, it was determined that he above interview may be a fabrication, and as such, commentary was added accordingly.
August 12th, 2016: Minor grammar corrections were made to the introductory text.